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Rise of Nations Review
game: Rise of Nations
review | 05/14/03 | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
Microsoft and Big Huge Games have released Rise of Nations, which lives up to all the hype. A blend of games like Age of Empires and Civilization, this title relies on solid execution and proven gaming concepts to deliver a very enjoyable experience.
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Miracle Magnifier Preview
game: Miracle Magnifier
preview | 05/05/03 | Shawn Rider
The folks over at Bassemada have sent us an early version of their latest product, the Miracle Magnifier. This is basically a giant magnifying glass for your monitor (or television, book, newspaper, whatever) that provides a great solution for low-vision computer users as well as a tripped-out alternative for hardcore gamers. Click here.
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Ricardo Miranda Zuniga Interview
interview | 05/05/03 | Shawn Rider
Ricardo Miranda Zu?iga is a digital artist whose latest work, Vagamundo: A Migrant\'s Tale, has been stirring up interest and praise across the board. Vagamundo is a side-scrolling game mounted in an ice cream cart that Zu?iga wheels around for people to play for free. And you can also play it on the Web. We are glad to present this interview with Zu?iga in which he discusses his inspirations, goals, and work. Click here for the whole interview.
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Midnight Club II Review
game: Midnight Club II
review | 05/05/03 | Matt James
Rockstar hasn\'t stopped the rockin\', and their latest offering, Midnight Club II is certainly faster and more furious than its predecessor. Bringing the thrill of illegal street racing to LA, Paris, and Tokyo is just the beginning. Go global on this bad boy using the online adapter and you\'re in for a world of joy. Click here for more.
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X-Files: Resist or Serve Preview
game: X-Files: Resist or Serve
preview | 04/20/03 | Matt James
That gorgeous mug at right can only mean one thing: another X-Files game. X-Files: Resist or Serve should be a worthy adaptation, mainly because veteran developer Black Ops is taking the title in what sounds like the perfect direction: a third-person action narrative focusing on spooking the alien mind control oil right out of you. Click here.
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Auto Modellista Review
game: Auto Modellista
review | 04/20/03 | Eric Qualls
Capcom\'s radical visual take on auto racing has generated a lot of buzz for Auto Modellista. There is no doubt the game looks stunning, but what\'s under the hood? It turns out some 60 licensed vehicles, online multiplayer, and even a funky VJ mode for all you hipsters out there. Check out the complete review right here.
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Clock Tower 3 Review
game: Clock Tower 3
review | 04/19/03 | Eric Qualls
The survival horror genre has been a bit quiet lately, but our old buddies at Capcom hope to remedy that situation promptly. Clock Tower 3 places you in the role of a little girl who must help restless souls find peace and fight off six maniacal serial killers all by herself with only a bow and arrows. How much scarier does it get? Click here.
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Star Trek: Elite Force II Preview
game: Star Trek: Elite Force II
preview | 04/19/03 | Aaron Stanton
Aaron\'s still frothing at the mouth for some Star Trek: Elite Force II goodness. Now only days away, this sequel to one of the best Star Trek games ever created is set to blow us away again, and this time in a sweet ST: TNG setting. Set phasers for fun! Click here.
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Highland Warriors Review
game: Highland Warriors
review | 04/11/03 | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
For those of you who can\'t get enough Scots, Data Becker has released a real-time strategy title that packs in loads and loads of kilts. Highland Warriors will have you traversing the bonny landscape with your beskirted army, bent on destroying those English pig dogs. Yay! Click here for more.
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Interview: Bill Wohnoutka, Director of Commercial Development for Level 3
interview | 04/09/03 | Shawn Rider
Level 3 is one of those companies you don\'t hear about very often. They supply the equipment and technologies that make our online games go, and they\'ve had a hand in some of the most successful online gaming endeavors of the past several years. We got a chance to sit down with Bill Wohnoutka to help us figure out just what these folks do and why we care. Click here for the whole story behind the scenes.
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Everquest Online Adventures Review (PS2)
game: Everquest Online Adventures
review | 04/02/03 | Matt James
SCEA ha brought their venerable PC hit to the PlayStation 2, and Everquest Online Adventures is a sight to behold. Sporting some improved visuals plus the same addictive gameplay and persistent world, EOA finally introduces console gamers to the joys of showerless weeks spent adventuring with strangers. Ah, life... Click here for the review.
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Trainz: Ultimate Collection Review (PC)
game: Trainz: Ultimate Collection
review | 04/02/03 | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
Australian developer, Auran, and popular sim/strategy publisher, Strategy First, have teamed up to put out Trainz: Ultimate Collection. Don\'t let that \"z\" fool you -- the only extreme aspect of this game is the insane depth, complexity, and attention to detail present in this ultimate train simulator. Railroad fans get thee to the videogame store. Click here for the whole story.
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Winning Eleven 6 International Review (PS2)
game: Winning Eleven 6 International
review | 04/02/03 | Eric Qualls
Konami has brought their worldwide soccer hit to the US, and fans of the futbol should be very happy. Winning Eleven 6 sports great graphics and intense gameplay that is sure to satisfy soccer fans of all types. It\'s tough to find good soccer games in the US, so show support for this one. Click here.
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Capcom vs. SNK 2 EO Review (Xbox)
game: Capcom vs. SNK 2 EO
review | 04/02/03 | GF! Back Catalogue 10/2004 => 1995
Xbox fans arguably get the best version of Capcom vs. SNK 2 EO. Not only does the old-school Xbox controller XXL sport the best button setup for fighting games of all the default system controllers, but this version of the game supports online multiplayer. Thing you can hang with the elite Japanese fighters? We doubt it. Click here for more.
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Freelancer Review (PC)
game: Freelancer
review | 03/20/03 | Aaron Stanton
Microsoft\'s latest space epic is called Freelancer, and it\'s a ton of fun. Featuring a gigantic universe for you to explore, this game puts you in the role of a freelance trader and mercenary. Flying through the stars blowing stuff up has rarely been this much fun. Plus, it looks real pretty. Click here for the whole rundown.
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